Las Vegas Job Fair

Thursday, April 26th, 2018

When - 11:00am to 2:00pm

Where - Texas Station Casino & Hotel

2101 Texas Star Ln. , N. Las Vegas, NV 89130

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Why attend our Job Fair?

You'll meet face to face with hiring decision-makers from some of the areas top employers. Dress professionally and bring plenty of resumes, because they are there to hire.

Just walk in and start interviewing, it's that simple. You can save time, money and effort interviewing with up to 50 companies in one day at one location. Many of these companies have several openings and are eager to meet with you. You will no longer be just a piece of paper, you can get right in front of the decision makers attending this event.

  • Interview for hundreds of positions in one day!!!
  • Spend an hour and you may leave with a career.
  • Get your foot in the door.
  • Put a face with your resume.
  • Immediate response.
  • Eliminate the expense of mailing and faxing your resume.
  • A great way to network.
  • A relaxed interviewing atmosphere.
  • Let the companies fight for you.
  • Improve your chances of finding a job.
  • Select the job you want.
  • Select the companies you want to talk with.
  • Take control of your job search.
  • Mass market yourself.
  • Don't just sit by the phone.
  • No more newspaper ads.

What to wear...Dress for success!!!

Your first impression is very important, you should be dressed for an interview, please wear business attire.

  • Men: Your best suit, tie and shoes.
  • Women: Your best jacket with matching pants, skirt and shoes.

What to bring

You should bring plenty of resumes as you will be giving them directly to the hiring managers at each company. If you have a multi-page resume, make sure your name and contact information is on each page. Be organized with supplies you might need i.e. pens, paper, business cards, etc.

How long should you spend at the job fair

You can spend as little or as long as you want at the show. In one hour you should be able to speak with at least ten companies or more.

What do I do at the job fair?

Walk up to each company, introduce yourself, shake their hand, give them a resume and tell them about yourself. These people want to hear you talk and see if you can listen as well. Tell them about your success at your current or last job, describe your job duties and how you can help them.

Don't forget to express your interest for the company want to work for.

Sponsors​

​Meet with these and many other great local employers!!!

 

FREE Resume Review

11:00am to 1:30pm
Do you have a resume, but aren't getting called for interviews?
If so, it means your resume needs improvement to catch the attention of hiring managers. Bring a copy of your resume and receive a 10-minute resume consultation. Find out about small changes that can make a big difference in getting your resume noticed.
Provided by: Advantage Resume
 

 

Job Titles Available

GENERAL POSITIONS:
Account Executive
Administrative
ADVERTISING/MARKETING: Account Executives
ADVERTISING/MARKETING: Graphic Designers
ADVERTISING/MARKETING: Street Team
ADVERTISING: Account Managers (Sign Spinners)
ADVERTISING: Flyering
ADVERTISING: Marketing
ADVERTISING: Sign Spinners
AIRLINE: Cabin
AIRLINE: Passenger Service Agent
AIRLINE: Ramp
BANKING: Call Center Collections
BANKING: Legal Clerical Specialist
BANKING: Teller
BPO: Collections Rep
BPO: Customer Service Rep
BPO: Retentions Rep
Business Development Rep
CAR RENTAL: Automotive Technician
CAR RENTAL: Intership
CAR RENTAL: Sales Management Trainee
CONVENIENT STORES: Asst. Manager
CONVENIENT STORES: Cashier
CONVENIENT STORES: Store Manager
Custodial
Customer Service Rep
Customer Support Representative
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: Account Manager
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: Inside Sales
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: Project Specialist
Financial Services Representative
General Helpers
Guest Room Attendant
HOSPITALITY: Call Center Vacation Advisor
HOSPITALITY: Marketing Agent
HOSPITALITY: Vacation Sales Counselor
Inside Sales Professional
Jewelry Consultant
Machine Operator
Medical & Law School
Outside B2B Sales Rep
PHOTOGRAPHY: Event Photographer
PHOTOGRAPHY: Lead Photographer
PHOTOGRAPHY: Photographer
Pre-Planning Advisor
RETAIL:  Store Stock
RETAIL: Asst. Manager
RETAIL: Asst. Store Managers
RETAIL: Customer Service Associate
RETAIL: Store Management
RETAIL: Store Supervisor
RETAIL: Supervisors
Sales Management Trainee
SEAFOOD PROCESSORS: Alaska Seafood Processor
SEAFOOD PROCESSORS: Quality Assurance Teardown Technician
SEAFOOD PROCESSORS: Quality Assurance Technician
Technical Support Representative
TRAVEL: Administrative Asst.
TRAVEL: Quality Assurance Specialist/Controls
TRAVEL: Vacation Sales Advisors
Warehouse General Laborer
HOSPITALITY/FOOD SERVICES/HOTEL POSITIONS:
Assistant Beverage Manager
Assistant Room Chef
Asst. Food & Beverage Director
Asst. Housekeeper
Asst. Room Manager - Cafe
Baker II - Bakery
Baker II - Catering
Bartender
Beverage Servers
Bike Officer - Security
Bilingual Casino Host
Bowling Technician II
Buffet Cook's Helper
Bus Person
Cabana Host
Cage Cashiers
Cage Shift Manager
Clerk/Cashier - Gift Shop
Concession Workers
Cooks
Cook's Helper - Buffet
Counter Attendant - Starbucks
Dealers
Electrician
Facilities Director
Floor Supervisors
Food Server
General Engineer
Ice Cream Concession Worker
Kitchen Runner
Kitchen Worker
Lead Banquet Porter
National Sales Manager
Pantry - Garde Manger
Pit Clerk
Poker Dealer
Pool Ambassador
Pool Operations Manager
Porter - Internal Maintenance
Promotions Clerk
Relief Manager
Resort Guest Room Attendant
Resort House Person
Resort Steakhouse Cook
Room Manager
Room Runners
Room Service Captain
Sales Manager
Sanitation Supervisor
Security Officer
Slot Marketing Supervisor (Rewards Center)
Slot Technician
Specialty Cooks
Sprinter
Steakhouse Captain
Stove Person
TM Relations Managers
Valet Attendants
VIP Attendants
VIP Bartender


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